Immigration Museum

At first glance this might seem like a specialist museum, but no subject could be more generally relevant in Australia, where migration has been constant since the first days of European settlement. The Immigration Museum is about journeys, tumultuous new beginnings, and people coming from all corners of the world and bringing their traditions with them. It also investigates Australia’s changing government policies on immigration, and how they continue to shape the country. 400 Flinders St; (03) 9927 2700; open 10am–5pm daily.

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